$10 for Two Self-Serve Dog Washes at Woof Gang Bakery ($30 Value)

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Self-serve grooming stations let owners customize their pup's clean in boutique pet store that lines its shelves with natural foods & treats

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Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 more as a gift. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The expensive tastes of modern dogs often lead them to demand luxuries such as filtered spring water, gourmet treats, and stretch mail-truck limousines to chase down the street. Pamper your pooch with this Groupon.

$10 for Two Self-Serve Dog Washes ($30 Value)

Pet owners lead pooches through the self-serve grooming station, washing and primping four-legged friends with custom cleaning options and provided soap and towels. At the end of the sudsing, the staff cleans up the mess left behind as pups leave refreshed.

Woof Gang Bakery

The Raleigh franchise of Woof Gang Bakery, opened by sisters, dog lovers, and long-time Raleigh residents Courtney Reid and Lindsay Trumpler, has been featured on ABC 11. Their boutique pet store shelves a myriad of products, such as toys and healthy, natural pet foods, including wheat-free and grain-free options. Within the upscale shop, decorated with chandeliers and festive displays, they please pups with dozens of varieties of treats, such as peanut-butter, cheese-and-apple, and pumpkin softies, and ensure that paws stay primped with both full-service and self-service grooming stations.

In addition, the dog-friendly duo hosts events such as Yappy Hours, during which owners can enjoy wine and cheese while dogs socialize with each other and dish about unskilled neighborhood cats that can't seem to chase anything but their own tails. Speaking of cats, Woof Gang Bakery has a Kitty Corner, where cat owners can stock up on natural foods for their felines. Courtney and Lindsay also host frequent adoptathons to find homes for community canines and to support local shelters.

Woof Gang Bakery

The Raleigh franchise of Woof Gang Bakery, opened by sisters, dog lovers, and long-time Raleigh residents Courtney Reid and Lindsay Trumpler, has been featured on ABC 11. Their boutique pet store shelves a myriad of products, such as toys and healthy, natural pet foods, including wheat-free and grain-free options. Within the upscale shop, decorated with chandeliers and festive displays, they please pups with dozens of varieties of treats, such as peanut-butter, cheese-and-apple, and pumpkin softies, and ensure that paws stay primped with both full-service and self-service grooming stations.

In addition, the dog-friendly duo hosts events such as Yappy Hours, during which owners can enjoy wine and cheese while dogs socialize with each other and dish about unskilled neighborhood cats that can't seem to chase anything but their own tails. Speaking of cats, Woof Gang Bakery has a Kitty Corner, where cat owners can stock up on natural foods for their felines. Courtney and Lindsay also host frequent adoptathons to find homes for community canines and to support local shelters.

Customer Reviews

The location in Cary is great, with great people working there. Very friendly and knowledgeable.
Michael C. · January 20, 2013
Nice people and nice area
Renee T. · March 22, 2012
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    North Hills

    4421 Six Forks Road

    Ste 120

    Raleigh, NC 27609

    +19197871603

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